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The study employed the sample data(1980: 15%, 1990: 10%) of the census recorded at the level of individual residents. The main results of study are summarized as follows.
First, The commuting field of Seoul City, defined by the isoline of 5% commuting rate, is the largest among other cities in Greater Seoul. The field reaches up to 30~40Km in average from the center of Seoul City, and extends up to about 42Km(1980) and 70Km(1990) along the main transport arteries, covering much of those cities and counties contiguous In the City. The commuting fields of the six cities are much smaller than that of Seoul City, in that fields hardly reach beyond their city limits even if that fields more extend in 1990. Where the fields extend across the city limits they develop toward the directions opposite to Seoul.
Second, A future examination of the commuting data reveals that the laborsheds of cities and towns other than Seoul City are largely self-contained. Extended commuting, i. e., journey-to-work across the administrative lines, is rather an exception, and intercommuting among nearby cities and towns is virtually none. In overall, commuting in Greater Seoul can be characterized by the dominance of Seoul over the region. The exceptions are the cities of Inchon, Suwon and Ansan(1990) which maintain their own spheres of labor markets.
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